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A missed opportunity to celebrate our First Nations artists during her first year as coordinator with the Butter Factory Arts Centre was the catalyst for Alicia Sharples to create a very special event that showcases the wonderful and diverse work of our local Indigenous artists.

Local artist and IN Noosa writer Pete Goodlet shares why he will be throwing open the doors to his Artyard studio and succulent garden during Noosa Open Studios – and why you should join in the adventure.  Noosa Open Studios (NOS) is back, bigger and better

In 2010 a small group of creatively-minded friends came together to exhibit their artwork in Cooran. They called their exhibition event Tall Trees and invited the entire town. Over the past decade, the much-loved Tall Trees Art Exhibition has gone from strength-to-strength, drawing thousands of visitors

Noosa Regional Gallery Director Michael Brennan highlights the beauty of our regional gallery and teases us with what’s to come. What could be better than the experience of cruising along a picturesque river to be dropped on the doorstep of a leading contemporary art gallery? Well,

Proving they are more than another real estate agency, Deb Caruso reveals how Reed & Co’s inaugural Charity Gala resulted in the purchase of 17 pieces of vital paediatric medical equipment for local hospitals.    When Adrian Reed opened the doors to Reed & Co Estate

Little Seed Theatre Company is returning to tradition, bringing Shakespeare to a glorious setting that allows the audience to immerse themselves in the clever and witty writing of this literary genius, as Jolene Ogle discovers. UPDATE: THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

It’s Crunch Time for David Williamson as the stage is set for a major prelude to this year’s NOOSA alive! Helen Flanagan discovers a program packed with culture. UPDATE: THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 (Coronavirus). For updates on refunds or reschedule information,

Whether you’re sitting amongst the tomato vines or in someone’s lounge room, the Anywhere Festival is a chance to embrace a new kind of theatre that has so far delivered more than 2,625 performances to over 492,400 people in the most unusual places from Brisbane

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